My Home Page on the Intarwebs. A story by Aaron Lawrence.
10 November 2011: Now working for MUSAC doing web development. Updated site to look a bit less ancient. It might be time for a proper website with a CMS or even custom code... eating one's own dogfood and all.
11 September 2010: the dad music arrived here.
21 Jan 2006: Added AE, Blog, Photos. Removed navigation until such time as I can get a better web host with dynamic weasel generating facilities.
24 July 2004: After a short delay, my site is back at an exciting new location.
- Add-Remove: A fast replacement for Windows 2000/XP Add/Remove Programs.
- Player: A non-skinnable music player.
Formerly I spent a good deal of my personal time writing software for OS/2, a now-defunct operating system that I got involved with on account of my work with the 8850 system from PEC. It was interesting, but I regret that I put so much effort into a dead-end.
- NewView: An OS/2 help viewer, which replaces IBM's original View program
- SmartStore: A version control GUI interfacing to Intersolv PVCS.
- AE: A replacement for the OS/2 E editor, nearly identical but less irritating.
But wait, there's more!
You can also find:
- A review of LuxSci email provider. Expensive but reliable.
- A blog, updated as often as once a year
- Photos of my journeys to far places.
- Buy me stuff at Amazon!
- Music mp3s of musical efforts by the dad
Also check out my Dad's website Muddleglum Manor, with model plane simulator, classical music and art.
Feel free to send me email: email@example.com, with comments, suggestions and other topics of Great Importance to the Atomic Age.